Discussion in 'ten-forward' started by cheater87, Oct 1, 2005.
mine were postal 2, manhunt and the GTA series and the soldier of fortune series.
Back2Skool and Skool Daze.
Solitaire .... very violent to myself
Quake 3, Return to Castle Wolfeinstien, Max Payne, GTA
Sorry, I don't play games on computer. Not for security reasons, I just don't like them. I never liked games.
There is probably something wrong with me, perhaps a wiring problem inside my brain.
Silent Hunter lll
Trying to hide Christmas/Birthday presents from BeetleBoss. Now that's a dangerous game.
Snipe hunting with Big Ed at Wilders Butt Buffing and Spin the Bottle at Myrtle Beach, SC
Quake2, Quake3, Half-Life series, GTA3, GTA:VC, Painkiller, Doom (the original one), and more.....
The above encounters were pretty hairy to say the least!
The most brutal though were the concerted attacks by Blacksmerg (aka ..'The Mailman') and his minion Big Becky (aka ..'The Backstabber'). They took no prisoners (they are really slow afoot and ahead)!
But my day is at hand. I report for Jury Duty this coming Tuesday. Australia should see a population explosion of neer-do-wells (as if they need any more).
As it is a foregone conclusion that I shall be chosen 'Foreman' I will give the miscreants, regardless of the crime, a choice. Oz or the 'Chair'!!
Taking no prisoners in Parchmen, Hanging ed
half-life 2, quake II, unreal tournament goty, and unreal tournament 2004
I dont think it would classify as the most violent but the most funny and off the wall had to be "How To Be A Complete Bast**d" for the spectrum. The point of the game was to simply be a b*****d. And also stay as drunk as possibe.
I bet if i played it now i would wonder what all the fuss was about.
But the most honest violent game i have played recently has to be either Manhunt for the PS2 or ThrillKill for the PS1 (this one being as far as im aware the only game ever to be deemed so sick and twisted that it was banned in all countries to ever get a release ever). i played the beta of it at a friends house and it is quite fun.
Video Game Addicts Concern S.Korean Gov't
Oct 06 1:28 AM US/Eastern
By VICTORIA KIM
Associated Press Writer
Jun Mung-gyu remembers the throbbing pain in his head and shoulder aches from spending as many as 15 hours a day hunched over a computer keyboard battling his online foes.
Time for a haircut and a bath
Hmmm, that reminds me. "Hangman" is a little violent. Not a pretty sight when the game is over !!
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